Microsoft Excel for Home Use
4 sessions, 8 hours
Are you a person who likes to make lists? Why not consider putting your list in Excel and see the many benefits? This course teaches you to use this versatile spreadsheet program to organize your medical bills, make mailing lists, set up your budget, track expenses, or anything you might want to put in a tabular form. Learn simple ways to make columns or rows, add numbers so you can track investment performance, maintain inventories of collectibles, or similar tasks. It’s easy to produce graphs or charts and import them into other Microsoft products like Word or PowerPoint. This course is based on Excel but skills taught may be applied to any spreadsheet product. You must have a basic understanding of the Windows Operating System to benefit from this course.
Prerequisite: Basic understanding of Windows Operating System.
Instructor: Bill O’Neal has been teaching with ILR and designing its computer curriculum since 1998. He has thirty plus years’ experience at FCC where he has taught in various credit and continuing education programs. Prior to FCC, he was an adjunct in the Hood College Graduate program. Bill is retired from a 34-year career with the Federal Government in Information Management, where most recently he was a manager in the Directorate of Information Management at Fort Detrick.
ILR794 Microsoft Excel for Home Use
4 digit #: 3567
Tuesday,1:00 pm – 3:00 pm, May 2 – May 23
Location: FCC Conference Center/E109
Tuition: $29 Fee: $60 Total: $89
MD residents age 60+ pay fee only: $60